The Amphicar Model 770
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This $33,000 convertible is an amphibious vehicle built in 1967.
The Amphicar Model 770 was developed by German designer Hans Trippel, and marketed in...
Karen Spicer Thorpe 2 months ago
This totally looks like the houseboats in Ellis Harbor in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Is it?
Florian Messerli 2 months ago
My father owned a cream white one. We had the opportunity to drive along the Rhone river once, it was an incredible car. The backseat was made with a simple wood plate covered by plastic and I remember that It was really hot because the engine was in the rear side. We went for vacation in France and, one day, we parked under the Eiffel Tower. They were more people around our car than in the lift departure. A few years later, someone very rich came in a big limo and bought the car. He wanted to drive it and let the limo to his driver. Later we discovered that our amphicar was in a Museum. Great end for an amazing car.
Mark Allen Spears 2 months ago
My father had one of these in the early 70s. He drove it to and in lake Seminole, Seminole Florida.
Charlie Young 2 months ago
They weren't very good boats and they weren't very good cars either.
Erich von Salzen 2 months ago
Saw these cars on a car lot back in the early 60's, was open too long... Hackensack NJ
Bagus Koreanto Putro 2 months ago
Tesla, your move
Jeremy Mueller 2 months ago
Not that anybody asked but fun fact it was called the 770 because it went seven knots in water and 70 mph on land 😃
Andrew Katai 2 months ago
A very small and expensive one of these
Kiến trúc nhà đẹp 2 months ago